Meghan Trainor has risen to fame over the past few years as one of the most successful singers of this generation. Meghan is known by many for her songs such as All About The Bass, Lips Are Movin’, and Dear Future Husband, which have messages of women empowerment and loving yourself. With her growing popularity, it is no question that Meghan is racking up the coins. Let’s take a look at how much this pop singer is worth!
Meghan Trainor’s Net Worth As Of 2018: $4 million
Let’s check out a breakdown of how Meghan earned her money!
Meghan began her singing career at the age of 15 writing, recording, and preforming her own songs. She wrote three albums worth of songs and released her first album, Meghan Trainor, which was played from the local broadcast station WCIB. At the age of 17, Meghan turned down a full scholarship to Berklee College of Music to pursue a career in songwriting. People began hiring Meghan as a songwriter due to her ability to write in many different genres.
In 2013, Meghan began traveling around to Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville to help write and produce country and pop music. Meghan later moved to Nashville where she wrote songs for artists such as R5, Rascal Flatts, Sabrina Carpenter, and Hunter Hayes.
Meghan Trainor rose to popularity in 2o14 when she released her first hit song All About The Bass. Meghan along with producer Kevin Kadish wrote the song in the hopes of another artist recording it. She preformed the song on a ukulele for L.A Reid and that became the ultimate start for Meghan Trainor. The song became an instant phenomenon and became a viral hit once the music video was released. People fell in love with the fun rhythm and the message of body positivity.
On September 9, 2014, Meghan released her album Title, which went to number 15 on the Billboard 200. The album included hit songs such as Lips Are Movin’, Like I’m Gonna Lose You and Dear Future Husband. The album received so much praise from fans that Meghan decided to go on her first headlining tour, That Bass Tour. Unfortunately, due to an unexpected vocal cord hemorrhaging, Meghan had to cancel the rest of her North American Tour.
She was able to be featured on Charlie Puth’s first single Marvin Gaye and Who Is Fancy’s Boys Like You along with Ariana Grande.
Nothing or no one could stop Meghan at this point in her career because soon after the release of Title, she won her Grammy for Best New Artist. It was soon revealed that Meghan was releasing a second studio album, Thank You, which was released on May 13, 2016. The album first single No reached number 3 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The next single Me Too was released shortly after.
Meghan has said that she plans to go on tour with Hailee Steinfeld and Common King in July 2016.
While there’s no news of an upcoming album, Meghan might have some music for us. Recently the singer released her single “I’m a Lady” which was featured on the Smurfs: The Lost Village soundtrack.
However, she’s had to cancel her Rodeo Houston performance due to a doctor-mandated vocal rest. Demi Lovato was named her replacement for the event, which will take place on March 14th.
Meghan Trainor has made it to ultimate stardom and I think she has more in store for the years to come!
Meghan Trainor helped a 11-year-old cancer survivor to raise awareness for children’s cancer with the power of dance.